Brazilian movie stars died in Lung cancer

Here are 2 famous actresses from Brazil died in Lung cancer:

Norma Bengell

Norma Bengell (February 21, 1935 Rio de Janeiro-October 9, 2013 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Norma Benguell, Norma Bengel, Norma Almeida Pinto Guimarães d'Area Bengell, Norma Aparecida Almeida Pinto Guimarães D´Áurea Bengell or Norma Aparecida Almeida Pinto Guimarães D'Áurea Bengell was a Brazilian film director, actor, film producer, singer, screenwriter and composer.

Norma Bengell started off as a model before venturing into acting in the 1960s. She gained international recognition for her roles in films such as "The Given Word" and "I, A Woman". Bengell was also a talented singer, releasing several music albums throughout her career. In addition to acting and singing, she directed and produced films, including the documentary "Um Ramo" and the feature film "The Powder Keg". Bengell was also a feminist icon and was known for advocating for women's rights in Brazil. She passed away in 2013 due to complications from lung cancer.

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Maria Sílvia

Maria Sílvia (February 16, 1944 São Paulo-July 26, 2009 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Maria Sílvia Correa Moreira or Maria Sílvia Correa Moreira Menezes Aguiar was a Brazilian actor.

She began her successful career in the arts as a teenager performing as a member of an experimental theater group. Sílvia was known for her versatility and ability to perform in a wide range of roles. She acted in many plays, films and TV series throughout her career, receiving widespread critical acclaim for her performances. Some of her most notable works include the award-winning Brazilian film "O Homem que Comprou o Mundo" and the TV series "Saramandaia". In addition to her acting career, Sílvia was also a passionate advocate for environmental causes and served as the Secretary of Environment for the city of Rio de Janeiro. Her legacy continues to inspire and influence the Brazilian artistic community today.

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